A New Fertility Treatment: Freezing Ovaries
A London gynecologist developed a new fertility treatment that can give young girls a miracle later on in life.
Sara Matthews, a revolutionary gynecologists practicing in the U.K., has just successfully given her patient, Moaza Al Matrooshi, a son using her revolutionary fertility treatment. Al Matrooshi was suffering from a fatal blood illness, beta thalassaemia, that took the life of her brother. In order to protect her fertility from the chemotherapy treatment, Matthews removed Al Matrooshi's ovary when she was 9 years old.
The chemotherapy sadly rendered Al Matrooshi's other ovary infertile. After Al Matrooshi's condition was successfully treated, Matthews put back her frozen ovary and hoped that it would start producing eggs. It did! Now she has a son with her husband.
This frozen ovary treatment sheds hope for young girls whose condition or treatment has a significant risk of rendering them infertile. These patients can safeguard their ovaries so that they can be re-implanted into their bodies after their condition and treatment has finished.
If you're trying to improve your fertility or are dealing with fertility issues, here are some things you should do:
Lower your cholesterol. Researchers found that couples took a longer time getting pregnant if one or both partners have chronically high cholesterol. The findings were true whether either the female or the male had high cholesterol. If you're trying to conceive, make sure you and your partner stay healthy and keep your cholesterol levels low.
Try acupuncture and herbal medicine. In Korea, researchers found that a 6-month course of acupuncture and herbal medicine has helped women cure their unexplained infertility. After going through the full course of alternative therapy, researchers found a 60.9 percent pregnancy rate in the once infertile participants. Of course, before trying any alternative therapies you should get fertility advice from your doctor or licensed health practitioner.
Try the FertilityBlend supplement. Researchers found that women experiencing fertility problems who took the FertilityBlend supplement, which is some mixture of holistically healthy ingredients, like L-arginine, vitamins, minerals, and green tea extracts, were able to conceive. But only 33 percent of the women were able to get pregnant – so there's a chance the supplement may not improve your fertility.
Starting a family is great – and Dr. Matthews is helping more young women with serious illnesses secure their chance at starting their very own family. If you're dealing with fertility problems, try alternative therapies and the FertilityBlend supplement – and it's important to keep your cholesterol low.